Brontae’s is a bit of a hidden gem in Leeds and it’s well worth a visit, especially for meat lovers.
The flavours of DE BAGA’s food danced and mingled, bringing some exotic warmth to our house on a dark, chilly evening.
Until last week, Sous le Nez Chez Vous was limited to Leeds, but now their delicious meals are available nationwide.
The Owl’s dining room serving up fresh, seasonal food inspired by what’s being sold in the market, and its tap room delivers craft beers and fine wines.
The cascading flowers over the entrance to Fleur grab the eye as you’re walking passed, but it seems to be trying to appeal to too many different people at once.
How could I not talk about Paris, the City of Love? Though romantic escapes don’t have to be all roses and fine dining…
Dough in the City holds great promise as a chilled out Leeds-centre venue where you can hang out at any time of day.
Whether you visit as a family, couple, or a group of friends, you’ll receive a warm welcome at The Fox and enjoy some delicious food in cosy surroundings.
Why should YOU support her? Because she’s one of the good ones, fighting the good fight for food and drink, for Leeds, and for human kindness.
It’s chilled, it’s homely, and it has the potential to be a huge hit.